It is vital to the success of our families and communities that parents and children are strongly connected in a positive relationship. When students struggle with learning, it can put a strain on the parent/child relationship. Whether your child is in public or private school, or whether you are thinking of homeschooling, or you are a homeschooling veteran, you may have come to a place where you need some help figuring out which way to go. This mountain called "education" can be tough to climb no matter how you choose to do it. Let a new day dawn with some fresh ideas. I have experience teaching and consulting with families of children with several different types of learning differences and special needs. Often it is not the child that needs changing, but the subject matter and the way it is taught. Many of our most "difficult" students are the most uniquely gifted. So if your child has an official diagnosis, or you suspect he or she may have difficulties, there is so much that can be done by you to help your child reach his or her full potential. Call for an appointment if you would like to talk about ways to improve your child's educational experience and build a stronger relationship.
Let a new day dawn.
Have you ever felt like Job? "When I lie down, I say, ' When shall I arise, and the night be gone?' and I am full of tossings to and fro unto the dawning of the day." (Job 7:4)